Activities and experiences
Pacific Rim National Park Reserve
Steeped in Nuu-chah-nulth culture, Pacific Rim National Park Reserve is your gateway to the rugged west coast of Vancouver Island. Activities range from interpretive walks to the hike of a lifetime along the legendary West Coast Trail.
The 75-kilometre West Coast Trail follows winds through old-growth forests, past wide-open beaches and across suspension bridges spanning rivers and stream.
Suit up in neoprene and take a surf lesson from a local surf instructor. Catch some waves off Canada’s west coast and join the cold water surfing world.
Enjoy a day or overnight adventure in the sheltered bays and shell beaches of Barkley Sound. The islands are only accessible by boat.
ʔapsčiik t̓ašii multi-use pathway extends 25 km from the southern to the northern boundary of the Long Beach Unit.
Camping and overnight accommodations
Things to do
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